Recently ONLYOFFICE developers have released a new version of its online document editors. Besides, they updated the ownCloud/Nextcloud ONLYOFFICE Integration app and automated the installation and integration processes.
Today we will look at what’s new in these new versions and learn how to install ownCloud with integrated ONLYOFFICE editors using Docker compose.
What’s new in ONLYOFFICE Document Server 4.3
– Full Support for Footnotes
While previously you were able only to open documents with footnotes and view them, now you can add and edit them to cite sources and add some comments to your documents. Endnotes are coming soon.
– Undo in Fast co-editing mode
As of version 4.3, you can cancel your latest changes even when working in Fast co-editing mode.
– Spreadsheet improvements
Make use of new formulas, border styles and Paste Special to work with your data more efficiently.
– New Languages for Spellchecker
Now ONLYOFFICE spellcheker supports more than 40 languages, including the new ones listed below:
- Català (Català)
- English (Canada)
- English (South Africa)
- Euskara (Euskara)
- Galego (Galego)
- Hrvatski (Hrvatska)
- Lëtzebuergesch (Luxembourg)
- Slovenski (Slovenija)
- Srpski (Srbija, Latinica)
- Български (България)
- Монгол хэл (Монгол улс)
- Српски (Србија)
– New plugins – Photo Editor and Document Templates
Besides, there are several bug fixed and format compatibility improved. To learn more, refer to Change log on GitHub.
What’s new in ownCloud/Nextcloud Integration app
Apart from minor bug fixes and general improvements, the new version offers users the possibility to change the interface language. The full change log is available here.
Automated ONLYOFFICE Installation on ownCloud
From now on you can install ownCloud with integrated online editors from ONLYOFFICE using Docker compose.
To do that, you will need the latest versions of Docker and Docker compose installed on your machine. Once installed, follow these simple steps:
Download the latest version of the docker-onlyoffice-owncloud repository:
git clone --recursive https://github.com/ONLYOFFICE/docker-onlyoffice-owncloud
Move into the downloaded folder:
Run the init.sh script:
Run Docker Compose:
docker-compose up -d
Enter your web server address in the browser address bar and specify the data to create the ownCloud admin account.
Return to the downloaded folder and run the set_trusted_domain.sh script:
That’s all. ownCloud with ONLYOFFICE online editors are up and running.
Note: The automated script for Nextcloud is coming soon.